|ATLANTA – About 100 people braved the occasional snowflake and chilly wind to rally against proposed immigration legislation on the Capitol’s steps Sunday afternoon.Immigration court review will critique judges’ behavior (Belleville News-Democrat)
The complaints about immigration judges were alarming.Immigration officers find new system tough (The Jakarta Post)
Immigration officers are experiencing a difficult transition to a new biometric identification system for passports — implemented nationwide Feb. 6. Like most changes to the entrenched bureaucracy, problems were inevitable.Vanstone upbeat about Immigration Dept changes (ABC via Yahoo! Australia & NZ News)
Immigration Minister Senator Amanda Vanstone says her troubled department has a once in a generation opportunity for change.Lawmakers grapple with immigration (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
In the legislative battle over immigration, there’s one point on which both sides agree: This year’s General Assembly is dealing with a record amount of proposals.
Right says Bush is wrong / President’s base unhappy with policies on immigration, budget, wiretaps and war (San Francisco Chronicle)
They railed against President Bush’s immigration plan, jeered his budget, condemned his domestic surveillance operation, and bemoaned the prolonged U.S. involvement in Iraq. Such sentiments could probably be heard on any Bay Area street corner, but t…
Immigration advocates rally on Capitol’s steps (Macon Telegraph)
About 100 people braved the occasional snowflake and chilly wind to rally against proposed immigration legislation in front of the state Capitol, while about 30 people yelled at them to “go home.” They carried large American flags and signs proclai.